Date: Friday, July 29th, 2005, 10:03
SubRosaSoft.com LLC has announced FileSalvage version 4.1. The latest generation of their data recovery software for Mac OS X software adds detailed logging and the ability to process disk images. Defense attorney’s, law enforcement and corporate agencies can now access EnCase, Unix DDM, CopyCatX, etc. image file systems without purchasing expensive computer forensics software…
SubRosaSoft.com LLC has announced FileSalvage version 4.1. The latest generation of their data recovery software for Mac OS X software adds detailed logging and the ability to process disk images. Defense attorney’s, law enforcement and corporate agencies can now access EnCase, Unix DDM, CopyCatX, etc. image file systems without purchasing expensive computer forensics software.
SubRosaSoft FileSalvage is an extremely powerful Mac OS X application for data recovery. The flagship of SubRosaSoft’s Salvage range of software, FileSalvage is device and filesystem independent. It will retrieve files that have been deleted, rescue data from corrupted media, and recover lost files from your hard drive or storage device (most media devices are supported such as: Mac OS hard drives, USB keys, PC drives, Linux disks, FLASH cards, CDs, DVDs, and almost any other media that your Mac can recognize).File Salvage (US$79.99) includes all of the capabilities of all the other applications in the SubRosaSoft Salvage range (PodSalvage, CameraSalvage, MovieSalvage and OfficeSalvage).
FileSalvage data recovery software can undelete and recover files
in the following formats:
Safari Bookmarks, MacroMedia Freehand, MacroMedia Flash, QuickBooks, Automator Workflow, JMP statistics software, Apple Logic Pro, Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations, Final Cut Pro, iMovie projects, Canon raw camera format, Fuji raw camera format, Nikon raw camera format, Kodak raw camera format, Olympus raw camera format, Digital Video (dv) & iMovie Movies, JPEG images, Adobe PDF, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, QuickTime Image, PNG (Portable Network Graphics), GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), Targa image, BMP image, GIMP (Graphics), Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Quark Express, mbox (standard OS X e-mail mailbox file), AppleWorks Document, FileMaker 5 and 7, Adobe LiveMotion, AVI (Audio Video Interleaved), RealMedia, WMV & ASF movies, M4A (iTunes music), M4P (iTunes encrypted music), MP3, MIDI sound, AIFF sound, WAV sound, Stuffit SIT, Stuffit SITX, gzip archive, RAR archive, binhex archive, bz2 compressed tar, RealBasic, AppleScript, HTML, RTF (Rich Text Format) text, C Source code, QuickTime Movie, QuickBooks, TIFF (Tagged Image File Format), Mathematica, Ogg Vorbis, Cinema4DXL.
As someone that does a fair amount of data recovery for friends and colleagues (2.5-inch drives only, mind you…) I always appreciate having some new tools at my disposal.
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